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Dairy Roadmap - Dairy Co & development partners

06 May 2011 - 1212kb PDF

This report details progress made against the 2010 targets established in 2008.

Advancing together

04 April 2011 - 2001kb PDF

A roadmap for the English Pig Industry, towards better performance, BPEX

AIC Journal Quarter 1 2011

01 April 2011 - 392kb PDF

IN THIS ISSUE
Page 2 AIC’s influential role in managing the German dioxin incident
Page 3 AIC secures seat on CAP Reform Stakeholder Group
Page 4 Government’s move to avoid ‘gold plating’ may undermine UK standards
Page 5 REACH-ing for solutions
Page 6 Improved efficiency key to driving down GHG emissions
Page 7 ‘Enhanced recognition' for assurance schemes
Page 8 News in brief

Foresight. The Future of Food and Farming (2011) Action Plan

24 January 2011 - 1268kb PDF

Challenges and choices for global sustainability

Foresight. The Future of Food and Farming (2011) Executive Summary

24 January 2011 - 3507kb PDF

Challenges and choices for global sustainability

This Executive Summary is intended for:
Policy makers and a wide range of professionals and researchers whose interests relate to all aspects of the global food system: including governance at all scales, food production and processing, the supply chain, and also consumer attitudes and demand. It is also relevant to policy makers and others with an interest in areas that interact with the food system, for example: climate change mitigation, energy and water competition, and land use.

Foresight. The Future of Food and Farming (2011) Final Project Report

24 January 2011 - 9141kb PDF

Challenges and choices for global sustainability

This report is intended for:
Policy makers and a wide range of professionals and researchers whose interests relate to all aspects of the global food system: including governance at all scales, food production and processing, the supply chain, and also consumer attitudes and demand. It is also relevant to policy makers and others with an interest in areas that interact with the food system, for example: climate change mitigation, energy and water competition, and land use.

AIC Journal Quarter 4 2010

01 January 2011 - 398kb PDF

IN THIS ISSUE
Page 2 Fertiliser sector is model for ‘Big Society’
Page 3 Campaigning on CAP reform
Page 7 Seed costs may rise after spending review
Page 8 Meet AIC’s new Chairman

AIC Journal Quarter 3 2010

01 October 2010 - 346kb PDF

IN THIS ISSUE
Page 2 Time running out for the return of tarmac flooring forms
Page 3 Hauliers have rough ride on load security
Page 4 Climate Change Committee recognises complex challenge ahead for agriculture
Page 5 EU feed delegation’s ‘mission’ to the UK
Page 6 AIC members gain GHS insight
Page 7 Ministers recognise GHG Action Plan is good for business
Page 8 Strong speaker line-up for this year’s conference

AIC Journal Quarter 2 2010

01 July 2010 - 307kb PDF

IN THIS ISSUE
Page 2 AIC Scotland strengthens link with NFU Scotland
Page 3 Agreement on the storage of AN on tarmac nearly achieved
Page 4 Soil Analysis report to be put to good use by AIC
Page 5 Trust vital in addressing climate change
Page 6 AIC proposal to address traceability of PPPs
Page 7 Police warning to hauliers about deliberately induced road collisions
Page 8 Line-up for Agribusiness 2011 taking shape

Guidance Document on EU Organic Standards January 2010

02 January 2010 - 398kb PDF

This document has been produced to assist those who produce, prepare, store, import from a non-EU country or market organic products (referred to in this document and in the EU Regulations as operators) and the inspection bodies which licence them (referred to in this document and in the EU Regulations as control bodies) with implementing the new framework of EU organic standards which came into effect on 1 January 2009.

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